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Major League Baseball has named Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo the National League Manager of the Year for 2017.
Lovullo beat out division rivals Bud Black, in his first year managing the Colorado Rockies, and the Dodgers' Dave Roberts as finalists for the award.
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By way of reminder, votes are cast before the postseason even begins, so not only is this a regular season award, but it's impossible for anyone to weigh the postseason. Roberts was one of five managers to receive first-place votes this year - Lovullo (18 first-place votes), Roberts (five), Black (three), Milwaukee's Craig Counsell (three) and Washington's Dusty Baker (one). In the American League, it was Paul Molitor, who guided the Minnesota Twins to a postseason spot after losing 103 games in 2016. That represented a 24-game improvement over the team's record of 69-93 in 2016.
Roberts was the reigning National League Manager of the Year victor after winning the award in 2016, and was looking to become the first back-to-back victor since Bobby Cox with the Atlanta Braves in 2004-2005. The D-backs finished second in the NL West, but made the postseason as a wild-card team. The Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona, the 2016 victor, was the runner-up with 11 first-place votes.
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